Modern Greek Studies Association


Dr. James Verinis

Adjunct Professor

Roger Williams University

Department of Anthropology and Sociology

Salve Regina University

Department of Cultural, Environmental, and Global Studies

Degrees

Ph.D. Binghamton University, Cultural Anthropology; program in Europeanization and European Integration; Binghamton NY; May 2015

MA New School for Social Research, Cultural Anthropology; New York NY; January 2003

BFA Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI; June 1992

Principal Publications

“New Greek Food ´Solidarities`(allileggíi): communalisms across ethno-national, class, rural, and urban divides vis-a-vis food in response to socio-economic and political crises”: Special Issue of Ethnologia Europeaea; Museum Tusculanum Press; forthcoming

“The Black Swans of Global Greek Countrysides: post-socialist immigrant farmers, small Greek farms, integration, and [under]development”: Ph.D. Dissertation; Anthropology Department; Binghamton University; May 6, 2015

Review of “From Pax Ottomanica to Pax Europaea: the growth and decline of a Greek village’s micro-Economy” by Dimitrios Konstadakopoulos: Journal of Modern Greek Studies; Johns Hopkins University Press; vol. 34. No. 2. October 2015

“The Black Swans of Global Greek Countrysides: post-socialist immigrant farmers, small Greek farms, integration, and [under]development”: Studia Sociologia; no. 2. 2014

“Non-Greek Farmers and Heritage in the Greek Countryside”: International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development; no. 3. 2012

“New Immigrants and Neo-Rural Values: the small farmers of global Greek countrysides”: Anthropological Journal of European Cultures; vol. 20. no. 1. 2011

“Agricultural Practices as Ethnographic Artifacts in the Study of the Greek-Albanian Borderland”: Balkan Border Crossings: Annual of the Konitsa Summer School in Ethnography of the Balkans; March 2008

“Contemporary European Regionalisms and Social Ties: recent immigration, neo-rurality, and opportunities for ethnography in the Greek countryside”: Journal of Mediterranean Studies; University of Malta; vol. 17. no. 2. 2007

“Spiridon Loues, his Modern Foustanéla, and the Symbolic Power of Pallikariá at the 1896 Olympic Games in Athens”: Journal of Modern Greek Studies; Johns Hopkins University Press; vol. 23. May 2005

Roger Williams University
Department of Anthropology and Sociology
College of Arts and Sciences
One Old Ferry Road
Bristol, RI  02809

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Areas of Specialization

Environmental anthropology/ cultural ecology; multispecies relationships; agricultural sustainability; immigration and the environment; the anthropology of food

Courses Taught in Modern Greek Studies
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